I love you, let's share calendars: calendar sharing as relationship work

@inproceedings{Lee2012ILY,
  title={I love you, let's share calendars: calendar sharing as relationship work},
  author={Charlotte P. Lee and Katie Derthick and Alexander Thayer and Matthew J. Bietz},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2012}
}
While there has been substantial research into the use of online calendar systems (OCS) within organizations and families with children, no research focuses on adults without children. In our study, we focus on these OCS users' practices of calendar sharing as relationship work, the continually negotiated practice of managing friendships and intimacy. We conducted semi-structured interviews as part of a qualitative user study of Google Calendar users. We report the calendar sharing behaviors… CONTINUE READING

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